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MAMMOTH TREES, 



TRANS-CONTINENTAL 

GREAT GEYSER SPRINGS. 



Hydraulic and Placer Mining 



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The mountain s?er waits for Mahommet, I 11. Birnam woods march to 

Dunsinam ml. Mountaii 

produced in all tL fcures with such perfect fidelity th brain can 

;it- of if The gorgeous the Pacific Coast is transf erred 

to lor as readily as the telegraph can deliver its i Extensive in her 

h readies over grees of latitude, embracing almost ever md 

ithin itself physical wonders and unique i of marvelous beauty,. California stands 

led ami rasters of the American Union. Fr< of her mountain walls to the 

broad Pacific, an inexhaustible views and captivating semes delight 



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at rani. , ; aid is invoked for the prosecution 

its fidelity is unimpeachabl. ioned. The Sun Paint- 

s creations. In their examination the mind will acquire knowl- 

>uld be presented to one who i 
ilifornia's most salient featui ithful representatives of grand 

md vivid illustrations of those objects which 

out the subjects of scientific inquiry, tin of 

- offered to 11- dlectiv will,- be found worthy of 

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1101. THE VAIXET— FKOM THE MAIUFOSA TKAIL. 



11C3. JSBUHL VEIL FALL, 940 fecthigh, 
wd the THREE GBAC1S. 





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IZii. VO-SE1UTE V.VJ 




IC1(5. CLOUDS' I CU, fro.,: 

Liberty. 




1G.T. LOOEEfG DOWN T &,p of 

Libtr.y. 



TO LLMY. 





1C;5. THE LADDERS AT THE VEBXAE FALi 



1053, TILS VEISXAL FALL, 350 FEET HIGH— from tU-i 
top, looking down. 





XC87. TUB YEHSAX. FALL-SSO FEET HIGH. 



1033. MHiKOr. LAKE AM> MOOiT WATiUXM. 



YC-SEM1TE YALLZT. 





lGi7. THE SOUTH DOME— from the east Bido. 



1649. CATHEDRAL ROCKS, 2,400 FEET HIGH- from ne nr 
Black's Hotel, Merced Kivtr, 





GOO FEET HIGH. 



1C55. 

tin' Merced ltiv<:r. 








'CU3. VO-SEMTE FALLS, 2.«M FEET HIGH, and i\# 
Alt-rced liiver. 



i<;«. soct;: dome, 6,cm rr.rr incn-frum Uw 
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MSI. YO-SEMITE FALLS, 2,«M FEET BIGK. 



10»i. VIEW FROM BUENA VISTA J-hJ.K. 



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ICT5. GLACIEI1 POINT HTHIiKi tha 

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1680. MOUNT m 





tCJ;1 , ttirror Lake. 



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JIOrST STAKK KINO, S.noi FEET HIGH— from tha 

Cop ul Libti ty. 



lici. c-:r-r..vi. view or little to-semite vallex, 

from thu €»i> uf Liberty. 





lflCO. CT-OrDS' KEST, r,,450 FEET HIGH— from Little 
Yo-Sujuitu Valley, luuking north. 



1CT2. EEGISTER BOCK— from lUe trail leaiUaj toUtvads 
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tC!>7. nr-TOCK-AH-KC-LA, (El Capstan! 3,300 feet hi;;h, 

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1630, TV-TOCE-AH-JfU-IA, (El Capitan) S.SOrt feet high, 
from th« JUurdiii Trail, Merced r.v«rr. 





JC32, BI&DAL VEIL FALL. 940 FEET HIGH, (near view.) 



1633, Er.IUAL VEIL FALL, 040 FEET HIGH, (utar view,) 



TB VALLEY. 





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1UW. Laka 





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NEVADA FALL, 700 FEET HICHI— after a Snow 
Storm_ 



10*3. NEVADA FALL, 7(10 feet high, am ■ RT5T, 





JUL EAST S;!JT) OF THE CAJ 



1543. NORTH DOME, 3,726 FE1 the Merced 

lUver. 








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522. Looking down Ah . from second crosfiiris. 



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ISM. TUA1X BOt'KDING ■ )RS_ View from Hio 

VtkUcjr. 1,101) feet telow. 




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1323, STOXE EMBAXKSIEXT AT CAPE IIOKN. 




























1236. SECTION OP THE IOKG BATXXE BKIDCE-TSO 

. iiet high. 



3^30. TEE AMEEICAX mvr.H— froa Ccpo Horn, 1,100 
feet below. 




1310. View from (Tape Him, showing th* Valley, 1100 feet 
below, Central Pacibu ltbilrouL 




1212. Cape Horn, from the foflon, 1000 feet below, 
Central Pacific llailroad. 








1225. Gtren Valley ami American River, fi 
i'aeifie BailrvuU, above Alta. 



;1226. MIDDLE FOBK OF THE AMI 
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3 wiles above 4JU 











1316. LOOKING DOWN THE CANON ABOVE CAPE 
HOU.N. 



1319. TRAIN 03 





1320. PASSENGER TRAIN ON SECRET TOWN BRIDGE. 



132S. CAPE HORN- Altitude, 8,500 feet. 











:i caXox and ctt above alta. 



1312. CAPE CORN MILL CUT. 







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1314. 

Horn. 



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J303. CANDLE ROCK-Atvwe Alta. C. V. E. B. BOO f«C» 

Mow. 



1307. TUNNEL XO. 1-Elue Car.on, O. P. R. 11. 





I30S. I CT AKOVK AI.TAi 



1309. UOCS.Y CLT ABOV m, River, 

H.UOti feet IkIwW. 





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1342. C. P. Ii. It. THAIS ON" LOW UAVI\F. BRTOGTi 



1347. BLOOM: 





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USX DIX1XG PAIlTr— in the Dining Car Cosmopolitan. 



25I& Creek View under the first Bridge, Centra! 
Pacific Bailroad. 





U20. Alameda Creek, al Brst crossing. 



J 534. Alameda Creek, below the Big Cut. 








I2C3. T2E SXOW rLOW-cccr Cisco, Placet Co, CU. 



12S5. CT.UCKEE BIVEB— 105 miles from Sacramento. 
eastern smaniit in too distance. 





12GC. CEMENT RIDGE-near Crystal Laio-Old Uaa 
Mu.mUti.ji m Uie distance. 



12C8. tMICSAXT GAP— Loe^Eg AYest item the Tunnel. 








n.ilf way around 0»tw> Horn, Central Pacific Ttntlrnod. 



12E0. PASSEXGFIt DfiPOT AT COLFAX. 





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128D. keg r..\ir.r.OAD--Fiio« the foot of do: 

LAnil. 



i_:x nrrraror. y:ey,* o? a s»:ow shed. 





1-202. SECOND CROSSING OF THE TRCCEES GIVES, 



1237. THE SUMMIT EOCSE AN"> SNOW SHEDS. 











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1273. FALLS ON a: RIVZB-near Cr 





1276. OLDMANMOI 



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as:. bkodesics axd cAUFonm. 



8-13. FaTHEB Oi' THE FGEfiST— U2 feel 





873. FALLEN '• :CTJLLS-323 feet J«c. 



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(1 Section Of tho Big Tree, showiE 



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Graces, 272 feet high, circumference "■-* ft. 

Mill.. 



8&». Ui^rof Wni. fhillen Bryant. 30S ft. high, and *S ft. in 
reaee ; near view ; Cala 




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. feet. 



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fiSO. Father of the Forest; 112 feet circumfrr' n 
moili Grove. 



1 1 : feet cirerai . 

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900. Interior or . Tr <'« 

Stump, Calavei 



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a:». the root oy the siisebs* cvsin. 



S12. "EAGLE WISCl.' 





•2S. V. S. GiiAXT. 



U2C. Ml. JNO. TOBBEY. PROF. JUVA AND SALEM 
V.I1CU. 





W7. "TZZ HORSOCVCS RIDE"— through tti Wee. 



17W. l^G ST.E3 IS THE FRESXO GROVE— 79 feet 
t irciuuf w cuco. 





1752. A FEEEED TREE— 78 fert cirrrrnifereiiep— from 



17;;. cirrrxxa oirr a skctiox oj? the big trek 



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1741. "W.\mVONAH"~OB BIO TREE POT XT. 



1742. THE GRIZZLY GlAST— view In tiio kafjpbea Grove. 





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1715. loo: 



SAX FJRJNt'J, 





17;!. EAST HIDE MOXTGOMEI ET— Looking 

North from California Strei-t. 



138. POST OFFICE AST) CT'STOM HOUSE— BATTERY 
.ET. 





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EDO, THE CITY— From corner Sansome and Vallcjo, loot- 

imj fcjouili. 



♦07. CLIFF HOUSE, SEAL BOCKS AND PACIFIC OCEAN. 





43S. THE CITY— From Russian Hill, looting Uowii Vallejo 



621. THE CITY— From corner Powell and Piue Btrcttt. 
luoliiu,; buntb. 








005, THE HO 'ST WHEEL IN THE TIGER CLAIM 
Columbia, Tuolumne County, 



1C03. MINERS AT WORK AMONG THE BOCLDKE9 

Columbia Clium, Tuolumne County. 





1001. THE FRIEDEXBCR WATER- WHEEL -For raisins 
the our, Columbia, Tuolumne County. 



1009, INTERIOR OP THE DUMP BOX— Columbia, Tuol- 
umne County. 








«76. A MINElt "PANNING OUT." 



M*. THE RESEiiVOIRS FOR SAYING WATER—Coluru- 
bM, XiMMiuuue Cuuuty, 





988. 4 MINER USING TIE-: 



JS7, CHINESE MINE1IS ON TIJEIB TliAVEES, 





ICtO. THE SLUICE ASP PUMP BOS— Columbia, TnoL 
uaji-o Cuuuty. 



101*. MINING OUT A RANCH -Columbia, Tuolumne Co. 





1016. BUILDING THE DUMP BOX— Columbia. TunhzmM 
Count} 1 . 



1017. SLUICE WASHING— Columbia, Tuolumne County. 



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lo:», TAIL FLUME— Columbia Gulcb, Tuolumne CouMy. 



1319, [I AM) HOTSTTYG «] 

lumbia Uuuii, 'l uo.uiuuv Uuuuty. 





1022. BIO BOULDER KAVGE-Knapp's Ean<h, Columbia, 

uiity. 



1026. WOKUIU} OL'T MIXES- -Spriiiglield, Tuolumne Cf>. 



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COO. Hydraulic Mining— Tlit Sluice El 



Hydraulic STIning— The Bic Boulder— Kentucky 
ubuctuo, \uba County. 





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«i5. "' KICK OF TTTK Troons"— a Humsn Fnw in a ( 
-Valley of Lake Tuhoc. (near vitw.) 



tOM SIERRA <: 





FROM ROCKY POt> 

liastcru fcUuri- :.*. 



6&3. REFI.ECTIQSa.IS 1 





6iS. THE OLD TIIEE AT FALLEX LEAF LAKE— VaUcy 
of Luke 'x'ahoe. 



CZ3. C?rrji EAGLE FALLS— Side view, V.'estern hhvTo 
Laku Tahuu, 





CC3. ZILTUm COV~ -Astern shore of Luke T»koe. 



CAVE KOCK— Eastern shore of Lake 'Vahoe, from the 
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